FunHouse © 1990 Williams Electronics Games, Incorporated.
Williams WPC (Alphanumeric)
Model Number: 50003
Main CPU: Motorola M6809 (@ 2 Mhz)
Sound CPU: Motorola M6809 (@ 2 Mhz)
Sound Chips: Yamaha YM2151 (@ 3.579545 Mhz), DAC, HC55516
Note: Prototype versions use Williams' System 11 audio board (D-11581).
Released in November 1990.
Approximately 10,750 units were produced.
The High Score initials are sometimes replaced with 'RUDY'.
The red button is held by Rudy on the backglass.
On the backglass, the man with the boy on his shoulders is artist John Youssi. The boy is his son, who also modeled for the inspiration of Rudy.
A FunHouse unit appears in the sitcom "Married... With Children"; Season 9, Episode 24 (Radio Free Trumaine).
Concept, Playfield, & Design : Pat Lawlor (PML)
Software & Design : Larry DeMar (LED)
Mechanix by : John Krutsch (J K)
Music : Chris Granner
Sounds : Jon Hey (HEY)
FX : Brian Eddy
Art : John Youssi
Speech Processing : Chris Granner, Rich Karstens
Art Support : Kevin O'Connor, Margaret Hudson
Voice of Rudy : Ed Boon
Nintendo Wii (2008, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection)
Sony PS2 (2008, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection)
Sony PSP (2008, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection)
Xbox Live (Apr. 04 2012, "The Pinball Arcade")
Sony PSN (Apr. 10, 2012; "The Pinball Arcade")
MAC OS [Mac App Store] (2012)
Apple Store (Feb. 09, 2012, "The Pinball Arcade")
Android (Feb. 10, 2012, "The Pinball Arcade")